dusmantah sa punar bheje
yador vamsam nararsabha
yador vamsam narah srutva
dusmantah—Maharaja Dusmanta; sah—he; punah bheje—again accepted; sva-vamsam—his original dynasty (the Puru dynasty); rajya-kamukah—because of desiring the royal throne; yayateh—of Maharaja Yayati; jyestha-putrasya—of the first son, Yadu; yadoh vamsam—the dynasty of Yadu; nara-rsabha—O best of human beings, Maharaja Pariksit; varnayami—I shall describe; maha-punyam—supremely pious; sarva-papa-haram—vanquishes the reactions of sinful activities; nrnam—of human society; yadoh vamsam—the description of the dynasty of Yadu; narah—any person; srutva—simply by hearing; sarva-papaih—from all reactions of sinful activities; pramucyate—is freed.
Maharaja Dusmanta, desiring to occupy the throne, returned to his original dynasty [the Puru dynasty], even though he had accepted Maruta as his father. O Maharaja Pariksit, let me now describe the dynasty of Yadu, the eldest son of Maharaja Yayati. This description is supremely pious, and it vanquishes the reactions of sinful activities in human society. Simply by hearing this description, one is freed from all sinful reactions.
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